By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 24, 2007
Are there any recordings of you from when you were younger that helped shape the voice actor you've become today?
Maybe you've got an old tape kicking around in the basement or, better yet, have digitized the old analog recording.
Let us know at VOX Daily!
This afternoon, I caught a program on CBC Radio One that asked people to call in with their stories of old recordings that were taken of them from the past.
Rita Celli, host of Ontario Today, posed the question to her listeners and got a variety of responses from callers, including a professional storyteller who had a recording of herself reading a story called Crooked Old Man and also a Toronto-based actor and dialect coach named John (if you're reading this John, please get in touch with us!) who had a recording of him and his brother singing the Herman's Hermits song Henry the Eighth by Fred Murray and L. P. Weston.
Some of the callers said that the recordings, although they didn't know it at the time, were indicative of where life might take them in their careers decades after the fact.
Do you have any old recordings of your voice that you'd like to talk about with us?
Looking forward to hearing from you,
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